Website Resources Workplace Wellness Worksite Environment
American College of Sports Medicine:
The American college of Sports Medicine advances and integrates scientific research to provide educational and practical applications of exercise science and sports medicine. This site contains health and fitness information on aerobic activity, strength training, and stretching.
Americans with Disabilities Act:
This site provides information on people with disabilities, accessibility guidelines, research questions and answers, as well as many other subjects pertaining to promoting the health of people with disabilities.
This site provides information on using exercise balls and an on-line catalog for ordering FitBall Products, exercise bands, workout videos and more.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
This site has information on the StairWELL to Better Health Project.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Disability and Health:
http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/dh/default.htm and http://www.cdc.gov/breastfeeding/pdf/breastfeeding_interventions.pdf
This website provides information on people with disabilities, accessibility guidelines, research questions and answers, as well as many other subjects pertaining to promoting the health of people with disabilities and supporting nursing mothers.
This site sells videos for all types of physical activity including aerobic fitness, strength training, stretching, yoga, Pilates, intervals, etc.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Bicycle:
Pennsylvania Parks and Recreation Association:
Colorado Parks and Recreation Association is a private, non-profit, membership organization advocating parks and recreation. Currently 1,000 individual members representing over 140 agencies throughout Colorado belong
This site is a source of legislative news for people with diabetes.
Fitness on the Job:
Fitness solutions for business; organization located locally in NEPA. Provides fitness programming matched to an organization’s goals, budget and space.
This site sells a variety of fitness equipment including books, music, videos, posters, hand weights, tubing, exercise bands, fitness balls, stretching mates, and more.
HEALTHBREAK, Inc. is a health promotion company that provides consulting, wellness program management, and fitness center management services.
This site features resources on culture change including videos, books, and training.
Human Kinetics produces textbooks, consumer books, software, videos, journals, and distance education for teachers, coaches, researchers, sport participants, and fitness enthusiasts.
Johnson and Johnson Health Care Systems:
Johnson and Johnson Health Care Systems offer a variety of services from health risk appraisals to full scale fitness center management. Many resources can be found on this site.
LaLeche League International:
This group was founded to give information, encouragement, and personal help to all mothers who want to breastfeed. This website includes breastfeeding information, a calendar of special events, and access to local groups. LaLeche League provides a collection of materials in English and many other languages.
International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA):
This association of International Certified Lactation Consultants has a website that offers recent news releases regarding breastfeeding, information on finding a local Lactation Consultant, breastfeeding research and more.
National Center for Bicycling and Walking:
This site provides information on how to create active environments in neighborhoods and communities where people can walk and bike.
National Women’s Health Information Center:
This project of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health provides basic breastfeeding information, frequently asked questions, recent news releases, and more. Information on this website can be accessed in English, Spanish, or Chinese.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center:
This walking organization is a clearinghouse for information on health, safety, engineering, advocacy, education, enforcement, access, and mobility.
The Organizational Culture website:
This site provides tools and information about organizational culture. Organizational culture is the set of beliefs, values, norms, and rules (both written and unwritten) with which an organization functions.
Annual TV-Turnoff Week last week of April. Organizer kit and publications available. Additional promotional materials (posters, flyers, certificates, outreach templates, etc.) are available at http://www.panaonline.org/programs/khz/enterthezone/turnoffthetv/.
United States Breastfeeding Committee:
This website provides position papers on Breastfeeding in the Workplace, The Economic Benefits of Breastfeeding, The Benefits of Breastfeeding, State Breastfeeding Legislation, and Breastfeeding and Childcare.
Washington Business Group on Health:
This site has publications and materials on establishing a lactation room at a worksite, support for breastfeeding women at the worksite, and working and breastfeeding.
Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA):
This non-profit membership organization promotes healthier lifestyles through health initiatives at the worksite and serves as a national clearinghouse and information center on worksite wellness.
This site is dedicated to helping professionals get the information they need to drive business results for their organizations. Workforce has 80 years of experience in identifying trends in human resources and providing tools to be successful.